125 miles from Mazatlan (MZT)
107 miles from Puerto Vallarta (PVR)
119 miles from Guadalajara (GDL)
2,600 feet above sea level
70 miles long, 70,000 acre feet
Stocked in 1992 with Florida Strain Large Mouth Bass
17-20 ft. Panga bass boats
English-speaking local guides
80-130 bass daily per boat, weighing 4-7 pounds
Lake record: 14+ pounds
Lake Agua Milpa is a scenic, wishbone-shaped impoundment that stretches for approximately 70 miles through towering mountains with an elevation of up to 6,000 feet. It is located on Mexico’s largest river, the Rio Santiago.
Besides witnessing its numerous waterfalls, it is likely anglers will see a variety of subtropical birds and other exotic creatures while Mexico bass fishing at Lake Agua Milpa. Since the lake has 330 miles of shoreline and a maximum depth of 650 feet, there is a good possibility anyone fishing will catch a good number of Largemouth bass.
In 1992, Florida Strain Largemouth Bass were stocked in the holding lake before the dam was completed in 1994. No one was allowed to fish the lake until March, 1995; thereby allowing the fingerlings to mature. So now there are not only some good sizes in the lake, there is a substantial number ready to be caught. The current record is over 14 pounds.
For your Bass Fishing Trip at Agua Milpa, the local guides, provided by the lodge, offer trophy bass fishing excursions in 17-20 ft. Panga bass boats, fully equipped with trolling motors.
Our guests fly into Mazatlan, Guadalajara, or Puerto Vallarta, which are located approximately 125 miles from the lake.